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OFFICIAL REGISTER 



OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 



OF THE 
I 



UNITED STATES NAVAL ACADEMY. 



NEWPOBT, EHODE ISLAND, 

NOV. 1st, 1864. 



NEWPORT: 

r 1 re :k r> :e r i c K jl. pr^tt 

1864. 



BOARD OF VISITORS. 



The following named gentlemen were appointed a Board of Visitors by the Hon. Secretary 
of the Navy, to attend the examination of the Midshipmen of the Naval Academy, in 
May, 1864. 

Commodore John Marston, U. S. N., President. 

Commodore John Rodgers, IT. S. N., 

Captain Charles W. Pickering, IT. S. N., 

Hon. Henry Barnard, of Connecticut, 

Hon. Charles D. Robinson, of Wisconsin, 

Hon. James A. Hamilton, of New York, 

John W. Harris, Esq., of Missouri, 

Hon. G> L>. A. Parks, of Illinois. 

EXTRACT TROM THE REGULATIONS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 

Chap. VI., art. 8. The Secretary of the Navy will, when expedient, annually invite a 
Board of Visitors, such as he may judge well qualified, to attend at the Academy during the 
June examination, for the purpose of witnessing the examination of the several classes, and 
of examining into the state of the police, discipline, and general management of the Institu- 
tion ; the result of which examination they will report to the Secretary of the Navy. 



OFFICERS OF THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 



Commodore GEORGE S. BLAKE, Superintendent. 



ACADEMIC STAFF. 



Com'r DONALD M. FAIRFAX... 

Lieut.-Com'r Philip C. Johnson \ 

I 

Lieut.-Com'r Marshal C.Campbell 



Lieut.-Com'r Chas. C. Carpenter. . 



Lieut.-Com'r Alfred Hopkins. 



Lieut.-Com'r Robert F. Bradford. { 



Commandant of Midshipmen, Instructor of Sea- 
manship, Naval Gunnery, Naval Tactics, In- 
fantry Tactics, and Hoicitzer Brill. 

Senior Assistant to Commandant of Midslupmen, 
in charge of the School- Ships "Constitution" 
and " Santee." 

Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in charge 
of the Practice- Ship " Marion," and Senior In- 
structor of Seamanship and Naval Tactics. 

Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in charge 
of the Practice- Ship "Macedonian," and Senior 
Instructor of Naval Gunnery and Howitzer Drill. 

Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 
utive Duty. 

Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, and As- 
sistant Instructor of Naval Gunnery and How- 
[ itzer Drill. 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, Instruc- 
Lieut.-Com'r Augustus P. Cooke. .. J for q/ mmjtry Tactics , 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 
Lieut.-Com'r Nathaniel Green ... < .. _. . 

^ utive Duty. 

f Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 

Lieuten ant Clarke Merchant \ utive Duty, School- Ships "Constitution" and 

{ " Santee." 

_ _ _, ( Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 

Lieutenant Henry W. Miller < *_.«•.. 

( utive Duty. 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 

Lieutenant Joshua Bishop 1 .. _ , „ _ . __. * . „ 

£ utive Duty, School-Ship " Santee." 

„ ,, — ( Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 

Lieutenant Henry M. Blue \ .. _ . _ .. „,..,,, , . 

i utive Duty, Practice-Ship ' Macedonian." 

f Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, and As- 
Lieutenant Alex. S. Mackenzie....-; sistant Instructor of Seamanship and Naval 

[ Tactics. 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen in Exec- 
Lieutenant Sullivan D. Ames j ^ ^ School . SMp „ Santee „ 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 
Lieutenant Francis S. Brow J ^ ^ school- Ship " Constitution." 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec- 
Lieutenant Francis J. Higginson.. < .. n * . „ 7 , „ 7 . ,, r , ... .. „ 

) utive Duty, School-Ship " Constitution." 

C Assistant to Commandant of Midshipmen, in Exec 

Lieutenant Charles F. Blake < ... _. 

{ utive Duty. 



WILLIAM H. WILLCOX Professor of Mathematics. 

„ _ ( Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Mathe- 

Charles R. Hale \ \. 

\ matics. 

„ C Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Mathe- 

George W. Smith ) \- J J 

( matics. 

„ _ „ ( Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Mathe- 

HENRY B. HlBBEN \ .. 

( mattes. 

Charles J. White Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

John M. Rice Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

John A. Davenport Assistant Professor of Mathematics. 

c Assistant Librarian, Acting Assistant Professor 

Charles E. Ames j of Mathematics. 

JOHN H C COWTTsr 5 Pro/ewor 0/ Astronomy, Navigation, and 

. .v, jjjjxiM... j Surveying. 

__ _ _ ( Professor of Mathematics, Acting Assistant Prof. 

Mark H. Beecher ? . „ * « ■ .«• j « 

) »n Astronomy, Navigation, and Surveying. • 

«. « ( Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Navigation, 

( and Surveying. 

r c Assistant Professor of Astronomy, Navigation, 

and Surveying. 

AUGUSTUS W. SMITH {Professor of Natural and Experimental 

I Philosophy. 

T " _«. _ .'„"'( Acting Assistant Professor of Natural and Expert- 

JohnD. Van Buren, 2d Asst. Eng'r.} " , „, ., . J 

' ° J mental Philosophy. 

_. , r _ „. , x „, ( Acting Assistant Professor of Natural and Experi- 

David M. Greene, 2d Asst. Eng'r . { * . „., 7 y J 

( mental Philosophy. 

t. -^ -^ „ , . ,, ( Acting Assistant Professor of Natural and Expert- 

Richard D. Dodge, 2d Asst. Eng'r. \ J . , „, .. , J J * 

b ( mental Philosophy. 

_ _ „, , ,, < Acting Assistant Professor of Natural and Expert- 

John Pemberton, 2d Asst. Eng'r... < . , „., , • 

£ mental Philosophy. 



JOSEPH E. NOURSE Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

_ ._ ( Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Ethics and 

John S. Wallace } _ f 7 . J ' ' r 

{ English Studies. 

*^ ' . ,, ,. C Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Ethics and 

Donald McLaren J _ 7 . _ ' ,. ^ ^ 

£ English Studies. 

_ _ _ ( Chaplain, Acting Assistant Professor of Ethics and 

George D. Henderson J _/ ,. . ' ,. 

I English Studies. 

Thomas Karney. Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

Thomas G. Forde Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

Henry S. Mackintosh Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

Isaac B. Barker Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

William W. Fay Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies . 

Joseph E. Dickson. Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies. 

Chauncey T. Hyde Assistant Professor of Ethics and English Studies 



ARSENE N. GIRAULT Professor of the French Language. 

Leopold V. Dovilliers ) . . . , „ . ,_ _ , T 

T > Assistant Professors of the French Language. 

Alfred Colin, 2d Asst. Engineer.. . . Acting Assistant Professor of French Langurge. 

EDVTARD A. ROGET Professor of the Spanish Language. 

Herman M. Monsanto Assistant Professor of the Spanish Language. 

EDWARD SEAGER Professor of Drawing and Draughting. 

Henry Hitchings Assistant Professor of Drawing and Draughting. 

JUSTIN" BONNAFOUS Sword Master. 

Theodore Maurice Assistant Sword Master. 



OFFICERS NOT ATTACHED TO THE ACADEMIC STAFF. 

Mason Noble ._ Chaplain. 

Charles W. Abbott Paymaster. 

Richard C. Dean Surgeon. 

Daniel M. Skinner Assistant Surgeon. 

Richard M. Chase Secretary. 

Richard Swann . . . .' Commissary. 

Edward Sparks Storekeeper. 

Owen D. Robb First Clerk to the Superintendent. 

Theophilus C. Dunn Second Clerk to the Superintendent. 

Charles L. Harris Clerk to the Commandant of Midshipmen. 

Joseph H. Havens Clerk to the Paymaster. 



OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 

Attached to the Practice Ships "Macedonian," "Marion" Gunboat " Marblehead" 

and Schooner " America." 

COMMANDER D. M. FAIRFAX, Commanding the Division. 



SLOOP MACEDONIAN. 

Lieut.-Com'r R. F. BRADFORD, Commanding. 

Lieutenants — H. M. Blue, F. 8. Brown, G-. W. Sumner. Passed Assistant Surgeon — A. 
S. Oberly. Paymaster — T. C. Masten. Chaplain — C. R. Hale. Captain's Clerk — C. L. 
Harris. Paymaster's Clerk — Simon Newton. Boatswain — A.M. Pomeroy. Gunner— John 
G-askins. Carpenter — J. G-. Myers. Sailmaker — S. Seaman. e 

Midshipmen — Armentrout, C. F. Arnold, Allibone, Ashwin, Allen, Berry, Barnes, 
Bennett, Bleecker, M. Bolles, Bridge, C.E.Brown, Brownson, Butler, Converse, Carter, 
Carmody, Ckadsey, Chipp, Clover, Cogswell, Cole, Cowgill, Craven, Cruger, Cunningham, 
Creecy, C. H. Davis, Dickins, E. M. Day, De Blois, Dennison, Douty, Elmer, J. G. Eaton, 
Everett, A. H. Fletcher, Farrington, Fine, Foster, Goodrich, Graham, Griswold, Garsed, 
Goldsmith, Greenleaf, Hazlett, Hooker, Houston, Hutchins, Hawley, Hayden, Howes, Hull, 
Hyde, Holmes, Ide, Impey, Jameson, Johnson, Kingsley, J. S. Kane, Kearney, Long, Lyons, 
Lee, W. Little, Manney, Mead, McBride, McClellan, McElroy, McGunnegle, Meeker, Miles, 
J. M. Miller, Mitchell, W. Gwinn, Morgan, Morehead, Morrison, Muhlenberg, Murray, 
Newell, Norton, Penhallow, R. B. Peck, Pigman, F. H. Paine, Palmer, Perkins, Prentis, 
Reiter, Richards, Roth, F. G. Rogers, Ross, Schmitz, Sherburne, E. C. Smith, C. H. Stock- 
ton, Schenck, Shaw, Singer, Southworth, D. D. V. Stuart, D. S. Smith, Stevens, Train, E.B. 
Thomas, E. M. Taylor, Tomkins, Taussig, Tracey, Tumbull, Weaver, T. P. Wilson, O. 
White, J. M. Wainwright, L. D. Webster, West, Whittell, G. M. Williams, J. S. Williams, 
Wood, Woart, Terkes. 126. 



SLOOP MARION. 

Lieut. Com'r M. C. CAMPBELL, Commanding. 

Lieutenant— S. D. Ames. Acting Ensign — R. P. Huntington. Assistant Surgeon — 
D. M. Skinner. A. A. Paymaster — C. D. Harvey. Paymaster's Clerk— Geo. Harvey. 
Acting Boatswain — J. B. Lawrence. 

Midshipmen — Amory, Anderson, C. A. Adams, C. H. Arnold, Ayers, Baird, Bayer, 
Bell, E. A. Benjamin, P. Benjamin, Blake, Blochlinger, Caldwell, Clay, Collins, Cowles, 
Couden, M. S.Day, Delano, M.'B. Field, Folger, Forse, Flagg, Foote, Frailey, Gwinner, 
Garst, Griffen, Grimes, G.M. Hunter, H.C. Hunter, Hubbard, Hamilton, Hagenman,Heald, 
Henricks, Hoyt, Jewell, Jaques, Jones, Landolt, Merrell, Mills, J. W. Miller, Milligan, 
Missimer, H. E. Nichols, Neal, F. H. Parker, Thomas Perry, W.M.Paul, Pendleton, Prime, 
Parks, Raebel, J. A. Rodgers, Rush, Sebree, Simons, A. Smith, Speyers, Swift, D. M. 
Thomas, Talcott, Todd, Turley, Truax, Tilley, Wilde, H. C. White, Woodrow, J. M. Wilson, 
Waterman, A. Webster. — 74. 



GUN BOAT " MARBLEHEAD." 

Lieut. Com'r C. C. CARPENTER, and Lieut. J. BISHOP, Commanding in turn. Lieut. 
— F. J. Higginson. Assistant Surgeon — W. H. Jones. Second Assistant Engineers — 
J. D. Van Buren, D. M. Greene, Alfred Colin, R. D. Dodge. Paymaster's Clerk — Geo. 
P. Davison. 

Midshipmen— Baker, Book, Barber, Black, Belrose, K,. B. Bradford, Chadwick, Chenery, 
Craig, Elliott, Ford, Gove, Heyerman, Hitchcock, Hendrix, Kennett, Kennedy, Menzies, 
Mclvee, Nbell, Rowe, Snow, Stedman, Schouler, "Vail, Vaughan, E. White, S. L. Wilson 
and T. S. Wilson. — 29. 

Engineers, Van Buren, Greene, and Dodge performed duty in turn, during the cruise. 



SCHOONER " AMERICA." 

Midshipmen — B. H. McCalla, Lamberton, Sheppard, Breed, Bicknell, Buford, D. J. 
Clark, DeLong, E. Longnecker and Yates. — 10. 
Acting Master's Mate — Harrison Thompson. 

To afford all the classes the benefit of instruction in Steam Engineering, transfers in turn 
were made, from the sailing Ships and Schooner " America," to the Steamer " Mar- 
blehead." 



MIDSHIPMEN, 



ARRANGED IN 



AS DETERMINED AT THE 



GENERAL EXAMINATION 



w 9 



JUNE, 1864. 



TOGETHEB WITH THE MIDSHIPMEN ADMITTED IN JULY AND SEPT., 
1864, FORMING THE EOUKTH CLASS OE 1864-65. 



N O T E . 



Midshipmen whose names are marked thus * are the five most distinguished in their 
respective classes. 

Those marked thus, | were found deficient, and turned hack to re-commence the studies 
of their respective classes. 

Those marked thus, J were found deficient, and recommended for discharge. 

Those marked thus, $ Resignations, Casualties, &c, from Annual Examination in June, 
1863, to Nov. 1, 1864. 

The demerits entered in this Register include the increase provided for hy Art. 4, Chap. IX. 
of the Regulations of the Navy Department for the government of the Naval Academy, 
viz., an increase of Demerits recorded, for members of the 

1st Class, one-half. 
2d Class, one-third. 
3d Class, one-sixth. 

These additional demerits affect the Academic position of the Midshipmen, hut no one is 
held to be deficient in conduct unless two hundred demerits are recorded against him in one 
academic year. 



11 



MIDSHIPMEN ON PROBATION AT THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 
FIRST CLASS — 85 MEMBERS — TO GRADUATE NOVEMBER, 1864. 



Name, 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



*r Albert G. Caldwell Ind . . 

*2 Casper F. Goodrich Conn. 

*3 Samuel H. Baker Ark. . 

*4 Bowman H. McCalla X. J.. 

*5 Thomas S. Wilson Cal. . . 

6 Edward M. Stedman Mass. 

7 Theodore F. Jewell |Va.. . . 

S Charles F. Schmitz > .... Ind. . 

9 Charles W. Kennedy IN". T. 

10 David C. Woodrow Ohio 

11 Francis H. Sheppard Mo. . . 

12 French E. Chadwick j Va t . 

13 Georae W. Armentrout Ind.. . 

14 Henry C. White Conn. 

15 Horace Elmer \Ni J. . 

16 Francis W. Dickins Conn. 

17 Benjamin P. Lamberton Penn. 

18 John C. Kennett jMo. . . 

19 John Schouler Mass. 

20 Arthur H. Fletcher ; Ohio. 

21 George F.F.Wilde 

22 James B. Weaver , 

23 William M. Folger .' 

24 Charles J. Train 

25Edwin White 

26 Charles H. Davis, Jr 

27 George X. Flagg 

25 Herman C. Raebel 

29 Samuel L. Wilson 

30 Gustavus V. Menzies 

31 Oscar F. Heyerman 

32 Georee W. Pieman 

33 George E. Ide 

34 Eugene B. Thomas 

3-5 Abraham H. Vail 

§ George S. B. Sullivan 

t John A. Vaughan 




• Sep. 23 

• Dec. 9 

■ Sep. 24 
. Nov. 30 
April 7 
. Sep. 27 
. Nov. 29, 
. Oct. 19 
.Sep. 25 
.,Sep. 2i 
.Oct. 16 
. Sep. 28 
Xov. 23 
.Oct, 16 
. Sep. 27 
. Sep. 20 
. Sep. 21 
.Oct. 2 
. Sep. 25 
Nov. 29 
Nov. 30 
Nov. 30 
Sep. 21 
Nov. 27 
Nov. 29 
'Nov. 29 
Sep. 21 
Sep. 23 
Sep. 20 
iSep. 21 
Nov. 29 
ISep. 2S 
|Sep. 27 
Sep. 20 
Sep. 30 
Sep. 27 
Sep. 24 



Order of Merit in - 



1861 15 9 
1S611411 8 1 

186116 8 710 

186117 617 2|13 
186216| 7|1412 32 
1861 16 6 3 13 3 
1861 17 4'J6|18;16 
1861 17111 5 9 1 
186116| 9il3 =l 



1561 16 

1861 15 

1561 17 

1861 16 
186117 
1861 14 
186116 

1861 17 
186118 
1861 14 
1861 17 
186116 
1861 17 
186117 



10 121161 5 
x 2 3 7 
7 415 6 
7 29 14 28 
7 IS 36 21 
11203219 
10 19J11 37 



<, Z; S i. ^ Z - 



3 

6 19 ! 13 

13 5| 8 



8:1314,13 
1533 6 9 



9 1 

10 33 



10! 4 3i;iS2,'35 12 
10|ll| 7 34! 3304026 



1 
22 

S|10 

11 8 24 23 
_ 6 gifl 4 
261 7| 418 5,35 2 
361010 5 6'34i 5 
14 S 12 7 22 32 9 
7 221124 2017 37 
10 18 23 19 2414 24 
9 U 5 S1913 6'109 
2! 9:16,141411. 7! 00 
15 l|l3 5S 
103629 
2320 25 
11 4 20 



00 
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11 27128 35 29 23 20 10117 614 21 
*26 21 14 28 17 19 20 71917 94 
9 12027 42528 21122130162 
9 ; 2l|26 2211 20 24 ! 16 18 28,38 00 
4! 9 22 1735 14 33 1.5'26 31 12 84 
1861 16 6 1519 12 24 16 22 30 21 IS 2S 136 
1861 IS 00 24 17 20 22 36 25 23 ! 13 5 22141 

1 561 16 3 34 6 26 12 15 36 3116 12 40216 

1561 17 4 31 35 IS 16,12 1517,28 23 26 171 



1861 14 
1S61 17 
186117 
186117 
1861 17 
186115 
186115 
186117 
186T15 
1861 16 



v 30 
6 22 
6 23 
9 25 
9 33 

10 36 
9|32 
5J35 

10 a 
428 



24 24 
3333 
34 29 
29 36 
2515 
3139 
23 30 
37140 
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def38 

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30 26 16 
37 2534 



36 33 11 
32 39 35 



212630 27 

34 28 21 2S 

19 37 3134 

25 21 39:25 

27 3429 33 40 38,21 

32!35 : 26 3229 27 32 

3l!24 i 37 35 35 37 27 
a a- a, a\ a\ a\ a 
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518 

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5118 

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5 IS 

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5 IS 

518 

5 22 

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518 

22 

18 

22 

18 

22 

18 

22 

18 

22 

22 

18 

22 

15 



§ Resigned Sept. 29, 1864. 

a Absent on sick leave. 

Note. This class included during the second term, Midshipmen W. S. Dana, P. F. Har- 
rington, W. B. Hotf, and C. Rathbonej of the class of- 1863, temporarily re-attached to the 
Academy; making the whole number 40. 



12 



SECOND CLASS — 59 MEMBERS — 1864. 



Name. 



*1 George A. Converse 

*2 Fremont M. Hendrix... 

*3 Francis M. Barber 

*4 Royal B. Bradford 

*5 Socrates Hubbard 

Cryrus W. Breed 

Charles D. Griswold . . . 

Jacob E. Noell 

Edward V. Rowe 

10 Joseph E. Craig 

11 G-odfrey M. Hunter 

12 Leonard E. Chenery 

13 Timothy A. Lyons 

14 Charles H. Black 

15 JohnS. Newell 

16Edward L. Amory 

17 Charles M. Thomas 

IS David N. Bell 

19 Samuel P. Baird 

20 G-eorge C. Reiter 

21 Roswell D. Hitchcock... . 
22 Alberts. Snow 

23 Henry E. Nichols 

24 George W. Be Long 

25 George Talcott 

26 Louis Belrose 

27 William W. Mead 

28 Wallace Graham 

29 Richard C. Hooker 

30 George A Bicknell 

31 Edwin S. Houston 

32 Willard H. Brownson. . . . 
33 Francis M. Gove 

34 William H. Elliott 

35 Leighton M. Ford 

36 Thomas P. Wilson 

37 Benjamin E. Long 

38 Henry W. Gwinner 

39 George M. Book 

40 Marcus B. Buford 

41 Thomas Perry 

42 David J. Clark, Jr 

43 Robert Impey 

44 Henry N. Manney 

45 Francis H. Parker 

46 Charles H. Stockton 

47 Edwin Longnecker 

48 Frederick McCormick. . . 



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Mo 

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Me 

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N.Y 

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Date of 
Admission 



Nov 

Mar 

Dec, 

Nov 

Dec 

Nov 

Nov 

Dec 

Sep. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Sep. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Nov. 

Sep. 

Sep. 



29, 1861 
. 21, 1862 
. 27, 1861 
. 27, 1861 

24, 1861 

26, 1861 
. 20, 1861 

3, 1861 

28, 1861 

29, 1861 

25, 1861 
12,' 1861 

2, 1862 
21, 1861 

30, 1861 
30, 1862 

28, 1861 
23, 1861 

27, 1861 
20, 1861 
18, 1862 
30, 1861 

1, 1861 

1, 1861 
23, 1861 
20, 1861 
30, 1861 

5, 1861 
25, 1861 

2, 1861 
18, 1862 

29, 1861 
27, 1861 
27, 1861 
27, 1861 

20, 1861 

23, 1861 
2, 1861 

22j 1861 

9, 1861 

25, 1861 

27, 1860 

21, 1861 

24, 1861 
20, 1861 
13, 1861 

24, 1861 

25, 186016 



Order of 
Merit in — 



14 
34 
12 

28 
20 
19 
43 
24 
25 

31 

27 

18 

37 

47 

9145 

417 

1032 

244 



54 

40 

7 

18 

14 

10134 

2324 

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21 

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12441 



323546 



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40 

16 

4 35 



3;21 
442 

1013 
646 
S|22 
452 
148 
7 36 

1020 



17 

41 

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57 

204431 

349 

27 

31 

53332 



27 

14 

1917 



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1348 
29 



2825 
44 



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23 
2018 
1643 



6 

2 
23 39 



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27 



19 23 
5634 
43 25 
1227 
43044 
58 36 22 
18 
29 



42 
5747 



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17 

25 
29 
20 
30 
3221 
42 



4 
23 
10 

8 
11 
14 
29 
13 
17 
15 
42 

5 
10 
27 
21 
19 
48 
43 

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33 
32 
25 
51 
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34 53 
42 



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50 
1936 
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4851 

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53 



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19 

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26 

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17 
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183 
96 
21 
76 

151 
17 
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88 
81 

111 
13 
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36 

119 
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39 
11 
65 
51 
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93 
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41 
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149 

141 

132 

237 
79 

197 



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7 

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52 


58 
52 


28 
10 


45 

38 


40 
45 


41 
55 


4S 
38 


54 

48 


00 

89 


4 
6 


-o 


51 


James K. P. Ragsdale 


00 


•V 




Ohio 

Ohio...... 


Sep. 

Sep. 


27, 1861 
21, 1861 


17 

17 


8 
4 


54 
53 


00 

51 


53 
43 


32 
15 


47 

58 


46 
55 


54 
57 


56 
34 


53 
51 


00 
44 


4 
5 


to 


53 


Oscar White 


10 


B4 


Louis A. Kingsley 


Corm 


Sep. 
Dec. 


28, 1861 


IS 


| 


57 


50 


54 


22 


51 


56 


53 


57 


44 


W 


4 


26 


a 


Robert B. Reynolds 


N.Y 


31, 1861 


17 


1 


(7. 


a 


0! 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


a 


3 





t 


Abiel B. Carter 


N.J 


Sep. 


24, 1861 


16 


5 


58 


54 


59 


53 


50 


52 


De 


15 


6 


93 


3 


2o 


t 


Hugh W. McKee 


Ky 


Sep. 


25, 1861 


17 


6 


;>3 


46 


18 


38 


52 


57 


De 


.is 


55 


134 


5 


10 


t 

t 




Perm 

N. Y 


Oct. 
Sep. 


24, 1861 
21, 1861 


16 
14 


8 
10 


56 
55 


De 
De 


45 
55 


8 
50 


24 
60 


24 

58 


31 

52 


23 

33 


33 
47 


75 
132 


5 
4 


10 


Isaac I. Yates 


25 



a Absent from the examination by reason of sickness. 



14 



SECOND DIVISION OF THE SECOND CLASS — 40 MEMBERS. 



Name. 



*1 Albert L. Sprague 

*2 Richard M. Cutts 

*3:Samuel N. Kane 

*4 William T. Bin-well.... 

*5j Washburn Maynard . . . 

George M. Totten 

James H. Dayton 

Douglass Roben 

Asa Walker , 

Frank Courtis , 

William W. Reisinger. . 

William Watts 

Morris R. S. Mackenzie 

Henry W. Lyon 

John C. Soley , 

John C. Rich 

Frederick A. Belknap. . , 

Robert N. Griffen 

Anthony R. Truax 

Daniel W. Davis , 



John J. Hunker 

Henry C. Wisher.... 
Richard F. Clifton... 
Charles S. Sperry.... 

George A. Baldy 

Ransome B. Peck . . , 
Charles H. Judd. . . . 
Robert M. Berry 



Walter Trumbull 

Murray S. Day 

Samuel F. Clarkson 
Frederick W. Crocker.., 

Asa S. Keith 

Rufus W r aterman 

John G. Talbot 

Charles H. Fitzgerald. 
Montg'y R. Schuyler... . 
William L. Carpenter. . . 

Louis V. Housel 

Frank Turnbull 



State. 



N. Y.. 

D. C. 
R. I . . 

Mo. . . s 
Tenn. 
I*. J. . 
Ind.... 
Ohio . , 
N. H.. 
Cal.... 
Md.... 
N. Y.. 
N.J... 
Mass . , 
Mass . , 
Del.... 
Mass . , 
Penn... 
Mich . . 
Penn.., 
Ohio . . 
Mich . . 
Penn.. . 
Conn. . 
Mich . . 
Mo.... 
N. Y... 
Ky.... 

Ill 

Mass . . 
N.Y... 
Mass . . 
Minn... 
R. I... 

Ky 

Penn... 
Mo. . . . 
N.Y... 

Penn... 

N. Mo. 



Date of 
Admission. 



April 11, 
Sep. 22, 
Sep. 20, 
Sep. 29, 
Oct, 6, 
Sep. 27, 
Sep. 27, 
Sep. 23, 
Nov. 21, 
Sep. 24, 
April 21, 
April 10, 
Sep. 27, 
<>ct. 7, 
Sep. 20, 
Sep. 23, 
Oct. 8, 
Jan. 21, 
Oct. 26, 
Sep. 28, 
April 18, 
April 17, 
Sep. 20, 
Sep. 25, 
Sep. 29, 
Nov. 20, 
Sep. 23, 
Jan. 31, 
April 18, 
Sep. 24, 
Sep. 20, 
Sep 26, 
April 18, 
Sep. 25, 
April 15, 
Nov. 29, 
Sep. 29, 
Sep. 20, 
Feb. 14, 
Sep. 20, 



186218 

1862;i6 

186216 

1S61J16 

186216 

1862J15 

1862115 

186216 

186216 

186218 

186218 

18621 

186214 

186216 

186216 

1862 16 

186215 

186217 

186115 

186l|l5 J 

1862 17 

186217 

186216 

1862'l5 

186214 

186118 

186216 

1862'l6 

186216 

1861:16 



Order of 
Merit in — 



11 

6 

19 

24 

7|30 

5| 5 

23; 13 

11 212 

4 422 

1120 15 

11 6 1 

8 12!27 

2 3117 



422 

9 19 
1 30 
1115 
9 

2 



1 

4 3 
12 

1 
15 
16 21 

5 41016 

2 2 1 3| 3|27 
81 8 2 2713 39 
1122 28 25 15 16 
9 14 12 7 17 21 
6291720 736 
7 5 18 32 653 



16 

18 

1 

5 
11 

2 
12 28 



54 

00 

I 84 

157 

00 

00 
42 

142 
62 
00 
64 
93 

171 



261816 
22 26 24 
19I17|15 
lO'll! 3 



212019 40 28 2 



b\ 8 32 00 
128 

55 
138 

20 



6J 4|38 
19 14 10 

lOjig^ 



35 2814 
10 8 
2321 
1522 
1226 



1830 
2118 
2810 24 
9 32 17 
8 39J2816 ! 27 
33 2142430 
32 34 13 25 25 
4|27|36 23 27 23 
0;37 I 38 251918 
218125 32 34129 
5 25 20 36 35 ! 35 



171018 13 



1862 16:11 ^3712013131 
1862 16 6 31 28|,37 32|20| 
1862 16 11:29 35 38 33 33|41 
186116112426313034 



242413 

21251 I 
2827J19 
343244 
92349 
26 2150 
363411 
152042 
42 ! 29 ! 33 
22 ! 3l|35 
15 



38 33 
18 35 
14122 
26 



186217 
186117 
186215 
186117 
1862 17 
1861.15 



6 a 

7 a 
817 

7 36 



a|44| a;32 
a a\ a\ a 
a\ a 



14 41|Def Def 31 

33 34 31 l Def J33 

10|21| 7 42'36W35 



30 



48 

38j 5 

a\ a 

a\ a 

37,22 

36 30 

9|52 



401146 

37 

147 

145 

00 



20 









10 



4i20 

2 

5 7 



a Absent on leave from Navy Department. 
b Absent on sick leave from Navy Dcpartmei 



15 



THIRD CLASS — 78 MEMBERS — 1864. 



Name. 



*1 William M. Little . 
*2 Franklin Hanford . 
*3 Maunsell B. Field. 

*4UohnM. Taft 

*5 James R. Adams . . 

6, Charles L. Phillips 

TjSamuel W. Very.. 

SjAndrew A Blair. . . 

9 Kdward W. Remey 
lOJohn H. H. Peshine 
lllDavid A. Stewart 

12 William T. Swinburne 

13 Horatio R. Wilson . . . 

14 Jerome E. Morse .... 

15 Perry Ernhout 

16 Thomas C. Anderson 
17iGeorge W. Bramhall, 
18 Thomas C. Terrell... 
19|Frederick M. Wise . . 

20 1 George A. Norris 

211 William I. Moore.... 

22 Joseph N. Hemphill. . 

23 Robert E. Carmody.. 
24; Charles T. Hutchins. 

25 John R. Phelan 

26Arthur E. Chadsey . . 
27 Chapman C. Todd... 
28; Charles H. Jenks.... 
29 Joseph P. Yerkes . . . 
30!Bloomfield Mcllvaine 

31 William H. Parker, Jr 

32 Abraham B. H. Liliie 

33 Edward M. Taylor... 

34 Frederick W. Gardner 
35; Clifford B. Gill 

36 Augustus R. Turley 

37 George W. Coster.. . 
38 ! Willi am H. Emory.. 
39 William C. Jameson 
40;Theodore S. Williams 



State. 



N.Y. 
N. Y. 
N.Y. 

R. L. 
N.Y. 

Penn. 

Mass. 

Mo... 

Iowa. 

Mo . . 

Mo... 

R. I.. 

N. J.. 

Mass. 

N.Y. 

Ky... 

N.J. 

Ind. . 

Md.... 

Me. . . 

Va... 

Ohio. 

N.Y. 

Penn. 

Penn. 

N.Y. 

Ky... 

Penn. 

Penn. 

Penn.. 

Va.... 

N.Y. 

Penn. 

Mass.. 

N.H. 

Ohio. 

N.Y. 

D.C.. 

Ohio. 

Iowa.. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Mar. 

Nov. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Oc*. 

Sept. 

April 

Oct. 

April 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Jan. 

April 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



1863 
1862 
1863 
1863 



1862116 

1863J16 
1863 16 

1862114 

186211 

1863|l5 

186215 

1862J15 

186214 

1862116 

1862117 

1861J16 



Order f 
Merit in — 



1 

52 

519 

7 



42 



10 
216 

42 
3 5316 
146 20 
12429 

715 IS 
81411 

22:24 
37715 



1 
7 
2 31 



186215 2 ! 27J46 
186215 6|45 8 
18621' 



512 21 

514 28 
5 53 
69 281139 77 
111;30'32135 

!36j27'2037 
141 422 40 

I29J15J14 36 
3112 16 30 
52 50 3715 
47 24 3144 

63I59J2612 
37jl9|2933 
65 32 24 2 
28 7 13 67 
13 6 3 4 



186216 9 9 25 34 654318 45 
1862l7il0 33'33 



186215 
186015 
186217 
186215 
186117 
186113 
1862,16 
186l|l5 
1862J15 
1862J14 
186217 



358 7 
s'5419 
11|84'21 
8i32L39 
6|4936 
623J37 
1 813 
91151 



;58i 8 34 34 
70 3644! 1 
56 13 27 41 
6716 47 5 
15J53 38 2 



lilso'so 1 

0J2622 

0!50'l4 



32 3115 29121 
12'40 6 ! 50162 
684106119146 
623!62:14t 28 
l 33 , 5154'l6 



43 25 23 66 

2130.5042 

1861J17 9|39!38 21i2919l27 

46| 91724 



186216 
186216 
186117 
186216 
186215 
186ljl7 
186216 



115 



5|56.45 

888 9|74!42;36j 8J154 
20 62 
116732 
9 62 34 



13112 



124202110 
167I64 822 
:27';54 954 
175264817 
39585358 



215 



4 25 



16 



THIRD CLASS — Continued. 



Name. 



Edward N. Roth 

Thomas W. Penhallow... 

Emmet McCormack 

Arthur A. Boyd 

Edward Woodman 

William W. Gillpatri<?k . . . 

Harold S. Peck 

James Moore 

William N. Whelen 

Robert Young 

John F. Meigs. Jr 

Richard M. Lisle 

Henry Whelen 

Lyman G. Spalding 

Seth M. Ackley 

Charles F. Arnold 

George L. Brown 

Andrew Dunlap, Jr. 

John H. Sherburne 

Alfred Foree 

Frank W. Nichols 

Daniel Delehanty 

Charles E. Starr 

Henry L. Mansfield 

Albert F. Robinson . 

James M. Stembel. 

Paul Dahlgren 

Joseph L. Sticknev 

Charles H. E. Stockbridge. 

James S. Tomkins 

George J. Brown 

John M. Bradford 

Harrison G. 0. Colby 

George S. Dana 

Edward H. Gheen 

Edward B. Mayo 

James F. Morrow 

Richard Stockton 



State. 



Ohio.... 
N. H. . . . 
Ohio.... 
N.Y.... 
N.H.... 
Kansas... 

Ill 

N.Y.... 
Penn. . . 

Penn 

Penn 

Penn 

Iowa 

At large ; 
Mars. .. ' 
N. Y.... 
Ohio.... 
N.Y.... 
Mass. . . . 

Ky 

Mass 

N.Y.... 



Iowa. . . 
Conn... . 
At large. 
At large 

d. c. : . 
in 

aine.... 

Ill 

Col. T'y. 
N.Y.... 

Mass 

N.Y.... 
Penn. . . . 

Conn 

Ohio... 
Iowa.. . . 



Date of 
Admission. 



Oct. 

Sept. 

April 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oet. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

April 

April 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

April 

Sept. 



1861 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1861 
1862 
1862 
1862 
1862 



Okder of 
Merit in— 



85 

12 

55 

l|63 



DefDefl8 



Def69 



40 

Def51 
13 



>, \ 



161 

34 

121 

27 



148 

77 

52 

142 

164 





118 

59 

183 



55 

110 

159 

164 

156 

9 

61 

160 

19 

38 







14 

173 

68 

14 

66 

173 

41 

210 



a Not examined in this branch of study ; sick. 
b Absent on sick leave from Navy Department. 



17 



SECOND DIVISION THIED CLASS — 28 MEMBERS — 1864. 



Name. 



*1 Edward W. Sturdy. . 
*2 George H. Church. . . 

*3 Walton Goodwin 

*4 Harry Knox 

*5 Fernando P. Gilmore 

6 George Peirce 

7 Charles W. Christopb 

8 William D. Nicholson 

9 Edward H. Wilson 
10 : Frederick M. Symonds 

11 Edward W. Very.... 

12 George Maxwell, Jr. . 
13'Henrv C. English... 
14UohnT. Sullivan.... 

. 15 Leavitt C. Logan 

16 Edwin S. Jacob 

17 Theodore M. Etting . 

18 Edward C. Smith... 
J ! Keyes D. Browne . . . 
t James W. Cowie. . . . 
X Haiwey H. Davis. .. 
' George M. Dorrance. 

Charles Fenner 

Perez Harrington . . . 
Andrew C. McMechan 

Allan G. Paul 

Edward R. Seager. 
fj Henry W. Wessels, Jr 



State. 



Maine 

N.J 

Maine 

Ohio 

Ohio 

Penn 

Ohio 

N. Y 

Ill 

N. Y 

Wash. Ter. 

Ohio 

Ill 

N. Y 

Ohio 

Va 

Penn 

Mich 

R. I 

Iowa 

Ill 

N. Y 

R.I 

N. Y 

Neb. Ter... 

R.I 

Md 

N. Y 



Date of 
Admission. 



Feb. 25 
Feb. 25 
Feb. 26 
March 2 
Feb. 28 
Sept. 25 
Feb. 24 
Oct. 3 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 25 
Feb. 20 
Sept. 25 
Sept. 29 
Oct. 8 
Feb. 28 
Oct. 14 
Nov. 25 
April 15 
Sept. 22 
Feb. 25 
Sept. 29 
Sept. 27 
Sept. 29 
Feb. 21 
Feb. 24 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 22 
Sept. 20 



186315 

186316 8 
1863J1610 
1863114 



1863 
1862 
1863 
1861 

1862 
1862 



Order of 
Merit in— 



1 

5 

6 

2 

4 

1112 

41113 

9 8|l0 

1610!l3jl2| 

- 16 4 6 9 

186315 619 8 

1862 16 110 14' 
186211610 ll 3 

1862J16 6 8|l6: 

186317 112J11; 

186217 Ii20il5 

186216' 22l!l7 ! 

1862J15J 61418 1 

1862J15' 9:24!Def 
1863|l41l!25JDef 

1862 17! 0!l3,W 

186215' 0;22'Def 

186215 l.DefJDef 

1863)16! 9,18prf 
1863H6 1 715Def 
1S62 1511I23W 

1862 16 4BofDef 

6215 9.17 Def 



3 
12 

7 

1 

2 
13 35 

26 15 20 
1820U2 

7 8 1 
25J10 30 
2li24 1 43 l 
20 17 35 
192219 
30 25 47 
14 4J46 
29|2l|l3 
10116,11 
12l8'26 
2623 2 6 ! 
021191-27 
32J28J41 
2412637 

2 5 3 

27 11 8 1 

25Def28 ! 

17J14 1\ 



15 68 

2 20 
6101 

13146 
4143 

26 83 
9103 
7121 

3 

11 
16189 
10 
24128 

12 0. 

22 
1 17 

21 6] 
17194 
25 

23 61 
5180 

14 59 
20j 60 
27116 



63 

28108 



Note. This Class was consolidated with the Third Class of 1864, Oct. 6, 1864. 

3 



18 



FOURTH CLASS — 158 MEMBERS. 



Name. 



*! Albert R. Couden 
*2|WiJliam M. Paul , 
*3 Charles P. Shaw.; 
*4 William H. Jaq 



ues 

Lewis D. Webster 

Horace McElroy 

William B. H. Frailey... 

Clifford H. West 

Frederic G. Hvde 

John P. Merrell 

William S. McGunnegle. 
Cornelias R. Meeker. . . . 

Joseph G. Eaton 

John W. Hageoman 

Edward W. Henneks. . . . 

Henry C. Hunter 

Edward P. McClellan. . . 

Benjamin F. Tilley 

George G. Clay 



20 Frederick H. Paine. 



Park Benjamin 

Jacob W. Miller 

Frederick Collins 

Richaroson Clover . . . 
Charles E. Brown .... 

Frederic A. Howes 

Sidney A. Simons .... 
Edward A. Benjamin . 
Edward D. Taussig.,., 
George M. Williams ... 

James M. Miller , 

Nathan H. Barnes 

Charles 0. Allibone 

William S. Cowles. . . . 
Frederic W. Greenleaf 

Willie S vift 

Edward W. Bridge. 

Uriel Sebree 

Alvan S. Southworth . . 



40 Jonathan M. Wainwright 



State. 



Utah Tr. 
Mass. . . . 
Dist. Co. 

N.J 

Ill 

Wis 

Son of Off. 

N. Y. . . . 

Conn 

Mich. ... 

Mo 

Wis 

Mass. . . . 

Penn 

hid 

N. Y. . . . 
N. Y. . . . 

R. I 

Mich.... 
N. Y. . . . 
N. Y. . . . 

N.J 

Maine . . 

Mo 

Mass. . . . 
N. Y. ... 
N. Y. . . . 
N. Y. . . 

Mo 

N. Y. . . . 

Mo 

Ill 

N.J 

Conn. . . . 

Minn 

Conn 

N. Y.. . . 

Mo 

N. Y 

Son of Off. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
|July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
July 
July 
July 



26, 1863 
23,1 
25, 1863 
29, 1863 

25, 1863116 
24, 1863 

22, 1863 
21, 1863 
21, 1863 

20, 1863 

26, 1863!l6 
29, 1863J15 

23, 1863J16 

21, 1863 16 
23, 1863J15 

22, 1863 16 



1611 
17 

14 



14 
15 
16 

16| 4 

16111 

10 



24, 1863 
22, 1863 
22, 1863 

25, 1863 
22, 1863 
29, 1863 

22, 1863 
29, 1863 

23, 1863 
22, 1863 

22, 1863 

28, 1863115 

23, 1863 15 
25, 1863116 
21, 1863jl6 
27, 1863(16 
23, 1863116 
21, 1863 17 

29, 1863116 
23, 1863!l5 
21, 1863116 
23, 186315 
23, 1863il5 
29, 1863|l4 



Order of 
Merit in— 



ci 








rO 
















M 








< 








<ti 








<r. 








O 




>. 




'-3 


'- 


fit 








ft 




E 


ti 


<x 


>> 


£ 


c 


■or, 
o 


2 




Fh 






< 


O 


O 


W 


1 


2 


20 


8 


15 


10 


15 


7 


10 


6 


1 


5 


5 


3 


54 


43 


S 


4 


55 


21 


31 


12 


10 


1 


11 


5 


5 


2 


20 


1 


24 


4 


4 


8 


7 


15 


2 


9 


11 


9 


29 


14 


16 


20 


7 


29 


53 


16 


18 


26 


13 


6 


3 


16 


17 


27 


6 


13 


26 


18 


14 


54 


39 


49 


27 


27 


31 


45 


12 


7 


47 


11 


13 


19 


22 


52 


36 


42 


27 


44 


58 


18 


30 


3 


37 


46 


32 


33 


26 


15 


51 


48 


44 


45 


28 


25 


65 


11 


2 


14 


17 


31 


12 


17 


24 


44 


56 


46 


56 


56 


3 


42 


30 


17 


19 


22 


42 


43 


88 


34 


25 


23 


29 


23 


9 


20 


75 


96 


45 


38 


23 


30 


19 


32 


49 


38 


40 


33 


40 


73 


22 


25 


57 


61 


38 


80 


18 


59 


23 


41 


37 


54 


21 


82 


9 


26 


48 


37 


25 


39 



32 
13 

58 
2 
7 
10 
85 
44 
74 

101 
30 
65 
28 

109 

113 
18 
25 

119 

83 

5 

15 

9 

21 

6 

22 

145 
36 
11 
84 
41 

132 
48 
67 
76 
40 
9£ 
43 

107 

106 
86 



113 

IS 





19 




53 


51 



139 
6 

10 

32 


97 


20 


74 
142 

52 



19 



FOURTH CLASS — Continued. 



Xajie. 



H 

41 William Little 

42 Charles T. Forse 

43 Matthew Bolles 

44: Cod way h. Arnold 

45 James C. Hull 

46, Frank S. Kirkland , 

47 Albert Ross 

48, Henry B. Mansfield 

49|Horace E. Jones , 

oOjCharles F. Norton , 

51; James S. Thatcher 

52 Hamilton Perkjns 

53: Eugene D. Heald , 

54 Franklin J. Drake 

55 Mortimer Ayers , 

56 Erasmus Dennison 

57|Percy R. Foster , 

58|Samuel R. Crumbaugh. , 
59| Francis H. Delano 

§60JohnV.B. Bleecker.... 

61 Edward A. Farrington . 

62 Fur man G. Rogers , 

63 George S. Davol 

64 Hamilton M. Tallman. . . 

65 Arthur B. Speyers , 

66 Patrick T. Cunningham. 

67 Huntington Smith , 

68Harrv W. Price 

69 Edward P. Wood 

70 George J. Mitchell , 

71 Wells L. Field 

«72 Thomas H. Stevens, Jr... 

73 Alfred Craven , 

74 Charles A. Adams , 

75 Solomon W. Miles 

76 James M. Grimes 

77 Clifcon T. Adams 

78 Richard Rush , 

79! Eugene H. C. Leutze 

80 George C. Bayer 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Penn jSept. 

Ky Sept. 

Mass. .. . i July 

Son of Off. Sept. 

\ T . Y i Julv 

Wis Feb. 

Penn. .. . July 
Mass. . . . 

Ind 

Col. Ter. 
Ohio.... 
N. H. . . . 
Maine . . . 
N. Y.. . . 

Ill 

Ohio. . . . 
Mass. . . . 

Kv 

Ohio . . 

Son of Off. 

X. Y. ... 

N T .J 

Mass.... 
N. Y. ... 
N. Y. ... 

Ill 

Ind. . 
Penn 



Feb. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

July 

Sept. 

Julv 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
.|Feb. 
.Feb. 
• I July 
. jSept. 
.Feb. 
.Sept. 

Ohio -[Sept. 

La Sept. 

N. Y. . . . |Nov. 
Son of Off.; Sept. 



N. Y. 

Wis 

Iowa, ... . 
Ill 

Conn.. . . 

Penn 

Dist. Co. 
Ohio 



Julv 
July 
July 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Mar. 
Oct. 



29, 
23, 
30, 

29, 
27, 
24, 
23, 
27, 
25. 
22, 
29, 
23, 
29, 
23, 
21, 
26, 
23. 
20, 
22, 

9, 

20, 
22, 
26, 
27, 
23, 
24. 
26, 
23, 
29. 
28, 
20, 
29, 
23, 
23, 
30, 
25, 
23, 
29, 
4, 
14, 



Order of 
Merit in — 



1863 16 
1863 17 
1863 15 
1863J14 
1863 16 
1863 16 
1863,16 



1863 

1863 

186 

1862 

1863 

1863)16 

1863|l6 

1863 15 

1863 16 

186317 

1863,17 

186SJ15 

1863 16 

1863J16! 

186316 

186314 

1863 14! 

186316! 

186314 

186315 

186216! 

1863 15 

1863!l6 

1862 16 

1863 15] 
1863 16 
1863,16! 
186316I 
1863115 
186215 
1863J15 
1863 15 
1863 ',16 



P, * =1 



2 21 

10S; 34! 
471 46! 
78 60i 
61 71 

49, 42 1 

5ll 6j 



23 



13 54 
40' 4J121 
64133! 
19 16 65 
50 1 53 
77 24 
76 90 



40, 77| 
75 30 34 
35128J 47i 
79 48|: 
65106 
77| 50 : 
84! 371 
28! 36 



93! 60 

57| 84 
34 44 



71 

74 

54 64123: 

43 86149: 

77 

68 

67 



2 25 
225 



2 25 
2 25 

2 25 



2 25 
2 25 
2 25 
2 25 



24 64, 

107 21 

76! 98 

58138 

1061 921 

127156 

35 78 

135 110 

87 99 

55 55 

81 80 

60: 66 

50 93 

71103 

121111 



2,25 



20 



FOURTH CLASS — Continued. 



Name. 



100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
a 
a 



Edwin C. Pendleton 

Matthew Hughes 

D wight S. Smith 

William H. Eeeder 

William Kearney 

William E. Morrison,. . . 

William Woart 

JohnE. Pillsbury 

John A. Rodgers 

Edward M. Cruger 

Frederick Singer 

William C. G.Perry.... 

Daniel H. Higbee 

George Mills 

Woodhull S. Schenk. . . 

John P. Neal 

Charles W. Chipp 

Aaron Hay den, Jr 

Charles C. Eames 

George R. S afford 

Benjamin F. Goldsmith. 

Ebenezer S. Prime 

James K. Cogswell 

Frank S. Douty 

Daniel D. V. Stuart.... 

Kdward R. Hall 

James H. Carpenter 

Frederick Klapp 

Edward H. Ashwin 

James A. Barnes 

Daniel F. Bennett 

Charles H. M Blake . . . 

Edwin W. Bhss 

Gottfried Blochlinger.... 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Son of Off. 
Iowa . 
Mich. 
Iowa , 

N.Y 

Ill 

Maine . . . 
At Large 
Son of off. 

N.Y 

Ohio.... 
Mass. .. . 

N.Y 

Wis 

Ohio.... 
Maine.. . 

N.Y 

Maine . . . 
Mass. ... 

Va 

Ill 

Ohio. . . . 

Wis 

Maine . . . 

N.Y 

N.Y 

N. Y 

Georgia.. 

Ind 

Mass 

Mass. . . . 
Mass. .. . 
Dak. Tr 
Iowa 



Oct. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

July 

Feb. 

April 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Nov. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
July 



12, 1863 

26, 1862 
24, 1863 
20, 1862 
28, 1863 
29, 1863 

28, 1863 

22, 1862 

29, 1863 

30, 1863 

27, 1863 

20, 1863 
10, 1862 

26, 1863 

21, 1863 

23, 1863 

23, 1863 
30, 1863 

29. 1862 

24, 1862 

25, 1863 
21, 1863 

23, 1863 

24, 1863 

23. 1863 
23, 1862 
29, 1862 

23, 1863 
21, 1863 

27, 1862 

28, 1863 

24, 1863 
23, 1863 
21, 1863 



Order of 
Merit in — 



41 



53 



82 
110 

94 

93 

103 

102 

Def 

100 
95 
91 

107 

108 
49 

Def 
79 

96 

104 

105 

10(3 

98 

97 

a 

t 

Def 
Def 

52 

Def 
Def 

85 



118 

39 

139 

91 

88 

97 

73 

134 

83 

66 

102 

105 

137 

70 

119 

115 

103 

67 

146 

138 

132 

a 

a 

123 

Def 

117 
129 
112 

Def 



148127 

100134 

52,101 

122 57 
73128 
87 37 

102 

89 
108 

83 

98 

44 

81 
136 

74 
101 
104 
133 

51 

90 
135 

85 
121 

67 

146 

132 

a 

a 

65 

68 
112 
119 
113 
127 



75:126 
38 62 



100 

90 

95 

107 

56 

97 

123 

103 

137 

120 

118 

116 

86 

119 

112 

135 

87 

109 

a 

a 

117 

Def 

Def 

132 
122 

114 



82103 
118 89 
104104 

96 78 
128170 

60|l37 

69 6 
149155 
152:130 
1471149 
124139 
150116 
142165 
130 

154103 
155130 



a 

a 

68 

91 

112 

141 

97 
103! 48 



2 25 

31 9 
225 

3 9 
225 
2 25 

2 25 

3 9 

2 25 
225 
225 

3 9 
6 00 
310 
2 25 
2 25 
225 



a Absent on sick leave. 



21 



FOURTH CLASS — Continued. 



J Arthur Burrall 

t Lisle C. Butler 

f Warner M. Cowgill 

t Edward M. Day 

f Thomas A. Deblois 

f John G. Fine , 

j Louis E. Foliot 

f Augustus R. S. Foote ., 

j| Louis W. Frost , 

f iRobert P. Garsed , 

f| Perry Garst 

t Frederick M. Gilpin 

ti Justin D. Glen , 

t William T. Goundie..., 

t William F. Hall 

f John M. Hawley , 

1 1 Charles C. Hoyt 

j George K. Huttleston. . 

f jBradish W. Johnson 

f jjohn S. Kane 

t Albert J. Kenney 

1 1 Albert Landolt 

jJThomas N. Lee 

j] Lewis J. Lull , 

f j George Mc Bride 

j! Frederick K. Maus 

f I John Milligan 

t 

t 



John Missimer 

Frank C. Morehead 

f William Gwinn Morgan, 
t John C. Muhlenberg. . . 
-[•[Thompson A. Murray... 

JlJohn Odell 

f jLambert G. Palmer 

f Samuel S. Parks 

| Charles M. Payne 

pAdoniram J. Phillips. ... 
t Frank T. Robinson 



State. 



Ill 

Io wa 

Del 

La 

Georgia . 

N.Y 

Penn. .. . 
Son of Off. 
At Large 
Penn 

m 

Penn 

N.Y 

Penn 

At Large 
Mass. . . . 
Mo 



Mass. . . . 

La 

N.Y 

R. I 

Wis .... 
Dist. Co. 
Vermont 

Ohio 

111 

Ohio 

Penn 

Ky 

Va 

Dak. Tr. 
At Large 
Wis 

Son of Off. 
Ill 

Maine . . . 

Ill 

N.J 



Date of 
Admission. 



July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Ocr. 

July 

Oct. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 



, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1862 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 
, 1863 



Order of 
Merit in— 



3De 

sb* 

Ope 

8,De 

ItL 

6pe: 

lbe 
5De 

16 



ODei 

lU 
lib 

15J10 81 



9 Del 
0| De: 
6,Del 

ltt: 

4De: 

1 



15 
17 
15 
16 
15 
17 
16 
16 
16 

UlOiDe 



9P< 



: 

2d 

8 Del 
9De 
9'De 

0: D e 

io: De 



9 



16! 2 



10 



80 



Def 
Def 

33 
104 
113 

85 
120 

Def 

125 

Def 

110 
116 

Def 

Def 

52 
131 

91 

Def 

89 

Def 
99 

122 

95 

Def 
Def 

53 
109 
111 

136 
130 

72 

59 

114 

98 

92 

Def 

133 

Def 



117 
107 

98 

137 

53 

152 

155 

161 

24 

162 Def 
141 Def 

128 24 
86jl24 

124 ! Def 

109J 41 
43| 79 

142'Def 

131 Def 

95 78 

105bef 
130|Def 

45J102 

159 bef 

128110 



72145 
122165 
123 53 
115161 

52 
13l| 33 
116 



78 125 

881 25 

114 1 64 



123bef 
114 8^ 



146129 

99 91 
137 50 
116 29 

29127 
102 

34| 11 
1001124 
156 97 

92102 



;25 
9 

10 
10 
00 
00 
00 
00 
25 
10 
9 
25 
25 
9 
25 
25 



2 25 
4 00 
225 
225 
310 



225 

225 
000 
000 

0:00 



22 



FOURTH CLASS — Continued. 

















Order of 




d, 












« 




Merit in — 




m 












.2 

"oo 
oo 






















+3 












a 

a 














c3 
u 












«H 














(2 








Date of 


<U 














o 


■c 


Name. 


State. 






T3 


■s 










t* 


> 


a 






Admission. 


"«3 


ha 










o 
>, 


oo 


*rt 










0> 
bD 












OS 

4> 












<5 















xn 


S 






















f* 




IB 















jj 


>» 

^ 






u 






O 
S-i 
03 
"3 










c8 


00 

a 

c 


<B 

£ 


£ 
£ 
■a 


hi 

O 


o 

CO 


bo 

1 


£ 


m 

a 




IE 


C 


• 








h 


3 


<1 


is 


139 


a 

105 


ft 
157 


A 

190 


3 
2 


A 


t 


Allen Smith 


Son of Off. 


July 


25, 1863 


14 


3 


Def 


Def 


25 


j 


Charles A. We id man 


Penn 


Sept. 


22, 1863 


16 


11 


Def 


Def 


140 


Def 


47 


30 





00 


f 


Alfred H. Whittell 


Nev. Tr- 


Sept. 


21, 1863 


16 


3 


Def 


100 


108 


133 


49 


14 





00 


t 


John S. Williams 


ill 


July 


27, 1863 


16 


10 


Def 


124 


134 


Def 


55 


147 


2 


25 


I 


Charles R. Wilson 


Penn. . . . 


July 


21, 1863 


14 


4 


Def 


90 


116 


89 


89 


60 





00 


i 


Downs L. Wilson 


At Large 


Sept. 


25, 1862 


14 





Def 


96 


70 


125 


144 





3 


9 


b 


Daniel D. Allen 


Cal. 


Sept. 


30, 1863 


16 





8 


2 


8 


4 


7 


110 


2 


25 


b 


Edward W. Creecy 


La 


Sept. 


20, 1863 


16 


10 


2 


4 


4 


2 


6 


117 


2 


25 


b 


William H. Everett 


Conn 


July 


21, 1863 


16 


4 


1 


6 


1 


1 


1 


28 


2 


25 


b 


Samuel Hamilton 


Md 


Sept. 


29, 1863 


15 


6 


5 


7 


7 


7 


2 


16 


2 


25 


b 


James Holmes 


N.J 


July 


23, 1863 


15 


4 


7 


1 


3 


8 


8 


116 


2 


25 


b 


Charles Prentis 


Conn. . . . 

Penn. .. . 


July 
Sept. 


23, 1863 
30, 1863 


15 
14 



2 


4 
6 


8 
3 


6 
5 


5 

6 


4 
5 


40 
185 


3 

2 


10 


b 


Walter G. Tracy 


25 


b 


Ashburton Webster 


Son of Off. 


July 


27, 1863 


14 


8 


3 


5 


2 


3 


3 


42 


2 


25 



b Deficient at February examination; assigned at that date to 4th class. Their class 
numbers given are relative to this pari of the class only. 



23 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN ADMITTED IN JULY AND SEP- 
TEMBER, 1864, FORMING THE FOURTH CLASS OF 1864. 



Name. 



Frank P. Abei-crombie 

John S. Abbott 

James D. Adams 

George K. Adams 

Francis W. Agnel 

Samuel Ames, Jr 

Lewis Ashmun 

"William J. Barnett 

Edward C. Bartlett 

William H. Beehler 

|| Charles Belknap 

Willie E. E. Bladen 

Timothy D. Bolles 

George K. Bo wer 

Robert M. G. Brown , 

Borradail Browne 

Gilbert Bryson 

William B. Buckminster. . . . 

Arthur Burrall 

James W. Carlin , 

Alvin R. Carpenter 

Charles A. CJarke , 

Alexander H. Coffroth , 

Edward Colby 

Zachary T. Cole , 

Geoi'ge P. Colvocoresses 

Archibald Y. Comstock , 

Francis B. Cook. , 

Charles C. Cornwell 

Henry W. Danforth , 

Richard G. Davenport 

William E. B. Delahay 

Richard C. Derby 

Henry Deringer.". 

Webster Doty 

James H. Eaton 

Alfred Elliott 

Charles G. Fisher 

James R. Fletcher 

Walter H. Fox 

JohnF. Fuller 

John F. Gay 

William B. Goddard 

James D. Goin 

William H. Cole 

William T. Goundie 

IIH Charles T. Greene 

Gustavus J. Guild 



State. 



Pennsylvania 

Wisconsin 

Mississippi 

New York 

Texas 

Rhode Island 

Son of Officer 

New York 

At large 

Maryland 

New York 

Enlisted boy , 

Arkansas 

Pennsylvania , 

Virginia 

Pennsylvania 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Illinois 

Illinois 

Texas 

Iowa 

Pennsylvania 

Vermont 

Illinois 

Son of Officer 

Connecticut 

Iowa 

Nebraska Territory 

New York 

Georgia 

Kansas 

Idaho Territory 

ennsylvania , 

Wisconsin 

At large 

South Carolina 

Massachusetts 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Enlisted boy 

Pennsylvania 

Arkansas 

New York 

New Jersey 

Pennsylvania 

Illinois 

Son of Officer 



Date of 
Admission. 



Oct. 3, 
Sep. 23, 
Sep. 27, 
Aug. 1, 
Sep. 28, 
July 23, 
July 25, 
July 27, 
Sep. 28, 
July 28, 
July 20, 
Sep. 29, 
Oct. 1, 
Sep. 25, 
July 22, 
Sep. 27, 
July 25, 
Sep. 30, 
July 29, 
July 23, 
Sep'. 27, 
July 20, 
July 30, 
July 23, 
Sep. 30, 
Sep. 28, 
Sep. 22, 
July 27, 
Sep. 20, 
Oct. 3, 
Sep. 28, 
Sep. 22, 
Sep. 20, 
Sep. 30, 
July 27, 



1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1S64 
1864 
1864 



Age at 

Date of 

Admission. 



Tears. Months. 



bep. 
Sep. 
Sep. 
Sep. 
Sep. 
Sep. 



21, 

23, 
22, 
25, 
30, 

27, 



fuly 23, 



Sep. 
ISep. 
'July 
Sep. 
Sep. 
Oct. 



1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

II 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1864 

1863 

1864 

1864 

1864 



14 
17 
16 
15 
17 
15 
17 
17 
15 
16 
17 
14 
16 



1864 16 



16 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
17 
15 
15 
16 
17 
17 
16 
17 
16 
15 
15 
17 
17 
16 
16 
16 
16 
14 
16 
14 
17 
17 
17 
16 
17 
15 
17 
14 



| Advanced to third class by examination July 21, 1864. 
|| Advanced to third class by examination Oct. 6, 1864. 



24 



LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN— Continued. 



Name. 



Henry 0. Handy 

Charles M. Harris 

Hampton Hildeburn 

Ellwood H. Hippie 

Julius T. C. Hoffmann 

Jerome B. House 

George S. Howe. 

George E. Hubbell 

George Z. Hunter , 

Royal R. Ingersoll 

John C. Irvine 

Charles W. Jarboe 

Robert T. Jasper 

Roswell H. Jerome 

James D. Kelly 

Duncan Kennedy, Jr 

Daniel S.Kidder 

Francis A. Krause, 

Aretas M. Legg 

John S. Lichty 

Henry C. Longnecker 

Adolphus Marix 

Theodore B. Mason 

Sydney H. May 

Francis H. McArthur 

Malcolm McFarland 

Edward 0. Macfarlane: . . . . 

Thongs C. McLean 

Richard Mitchell 

Edwin K. Moore 

W. Gardner Morgan 

Jefferson F. Moser 

Cbtu-les M. Mott 

Horatio F. Moulton 

Richard E. C. Myer 

Stephen B. Myers 

Charles, Newell 

William B. Newlin 

John A. H. Nickels 

Nathan E. Niles. ... 

Albert C. Noteware 

Boutelle Noyes 

Frederic B. Oakley 

Alexander Ogle 

Arthur H. Parsons 

Frederick W. Rawdon 

John C. Richberg 

John B. Robinson 

Raymond P. Rodgers 

Nicholas L. Roosevelt 

Charles W. Ruschenberger. 



State. 



Massachusetts. . . 

Texas 

South Carolina. . 
Enlisted boy 

lexas 

New York , 

South Carolina. . , 

Maryland 

Wes"t Virginia 

Michigan , 

Illinois 

Maryland 

New York , 

New York 

At large 

New York 

At large 

Michigan 

New York 

Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Florida 

New Hampshire. . 
Son of Officer. . . , 
Pennsylvania . .. . 

Pennsylvania 

New York 

Massachusetts 

Ohio 

At large 

Pennsylvania. 

New York 

New Hampshire. . 

Pennsylvania 

Iowa 

Oregon 

Texas 

Massachusetts. . . . 
Pennsylvania. . . . 
Nevada Territory. 

Virginia 

A.t large 

Pennsylvania. . . . 

Ohio 

Enlisted boy 

Illinois. . . ., 

Pennsylvania. 

Son of Officer 

New York 

Son of Officer. . . . 



Date or 
Admission. 



July 

Sep. 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

Oct. 

July 

Sep. 

July 

July 

Oct. 

Inly 

Sep. 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

July 

Oct. 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Oct 

July 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

July . 

Aug.' 

Sep. 

Sep. 

Oct. 

July 

Sep. 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

July 

Sep. 

July 

July 

July 

Sep. 

July 



1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1894 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1S64 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 
1864 



Age at 

Date of 

Admission. 



Years. Months. 



4 

10 



9 

2 
10 

9 
6 

4 
7 
6 

7 

11 
9 
7 
7 
3 
S 

11 
9 
4 
4 
2 
5 
3 
6 

11 
6 
2 
7 
4 



25 



LIST OF MIDSHIPMEN — Continued. 



Name. 



State. 



Date of 
Admission. 



Age at 

Date of 

Admission. 



Tears. Months. 



Eobert S. Kyors 

George E. Sage 

Edwards S. Sanford 

Seaton Schroeder 

Charles N. Scott 

James R. Selfridge 

Charles Seymour ?. . . 

Washington 0. Sharrer. 

Jesse C. Shepard 

Lorenzo B. Shepard , 

Luther S. Shook 

Jesse B. Smith 

Clark Smith , 

Herbert C. Stinson 

Charles A. Stone - 

William C. Strong 

William C. Talbot 

Nelson Taylor 

Eobert M. Thompson 

Hobart L. Tremain 

Nisbet Turnbull 

George W. Tyler 

William E. Uhler 

Charles Venable 

Albion V. Wadhams 

Richard Wainwright 

George C. Wallace ; 

John P. Wallis 

Charles P. Welch 

Edward T.Welles 

James S. Wheeler 

Theodore T. Wood 

Ambrose B. Wyckoff. . . . v 
Caldwell Yeaman 



Charles A. Copp 

Frederic E. Upton 

Patrick A. McAllister. . >. 

Hugh Brady 

Charles M.'Sheperd. .... 



New Mexico. . . 

Illinois 

South Carolina. 
South Carolina. 
Massachusetts. . 

California 

Oregon^. 

Maryland 

Wisconsin 

Virginia 

Indiana 

Vermont 

New York 

Maine 

Pennsylvania. . 
Son of Officer. . 

Kentucky 

New York 

Pennsylvania . . 
South Carolina. 

Missouri 

Louisiana 

Pennsvlvania . . 
Son of Officer. . 

New York 

Son of Officer. . 

Indiana 

Maryland 

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Texas 

Ohio 

New Jersey. . . . 

Illinois 

Kentucky. ... , 

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Maine 

California 

Wisconsin 

Illinois 



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Sep. 27, 1864 
Sep. 20, 1864 
Sep. 27, 1864 
Sep. 21, 1864 
July 21, 1864 
July 28, 1864 
Sep. 27, 1864 
Sep. 25, 1864 
Oct. 7, 1864 
July 30, 1864 
July 28, 1864 
Sep. 25, 1864 
Sep. 30, 1864 
July 27, 1864 
Sep. 22, 1864 
July 30, 1864 
July 27, 1864 
July 30, 1864 
Sep". 27, 1864 
Sep. 29, 1854 
Oct. 3, 1864 
July 27, 1864 
Sep. 22, 1864 
Sep. 25, 1864 
Sep. 29, 1864 
July 20, 1864 
Julv 26, 1864 
Sep". 29, 1864 
Sep. 23, 1864 
Sep. 23, 1864 
Sep. 29, 1864 
Sep. 29, 1864 
Sep. 24, 1864 

Nov. 5, 1864 
Nov. 10, 1864 
Nov. 16, 1864 
Nov. 21, 1864 
Dec. 3, 1864 



OFFICERS AND MIDSHIPMEN 

Quartered on board the School-Ships " Constitution " and " Santee." 

Nov. 1, 1864. 



Lieut.-Com'r P. C. JOHNSON", in charge of School Ships. 
Lieut. CLARK MERCHANT, Executive Officer of School Ships. 



School-Ship " Constitution." ,* 

Lieutenants — Francis S. Brown and Francis J. Higginson. CapPs Cleric — J. B. Burgess. 
Paymaster's Clerk — A. N. Barker. Acting Master's Mates — D. C. Miner and R. Silver. 
Carpenter — J. A. Dixon. 

Midshipmen^ C. A. Adams, D. D. Allen, C. H. Arnold, E. H. Ashwin, M. Ayers, 
E. C. Bayer, C. Belknap, D. T. Bennett, C H. M. Blake, G. V. B. Bleecker, G. Bloeh- 
linger, M. Bolles, L. C. Butler, J. H. Carpenter, C. W. Chipp, J. K. Cogswell, W. H. 
Cole, W. M. Cowgill, A. Craven, E. W. Creecy, E. M. Cruger, S. R. Crumbaugh, P. T. 
Cunningham, G. S. Davol, E. M. Day, T. A. Deblois, F. H. Delano, E. Dennison, F. S. 
Douty, F. J. Drake, C. C. Eames, W. H. Everett, E. A. Farrington, W. L. Field, J. G. Fine, 
A. R. S. Foote, C. T. Forse, P. R. Foster, R. P. Garsed, P. G-arst, R. F. Goldsmith, J. M. 
Grimes, E. R. Hall, S. Hamilton, J. M. Hawley, A. Hayden, E. D. F. Heald, D. H. Higbee, 
J. Holmes, C. C. Hoyt, M. Hughes, J. C. Hull, B. W. Johnson, H. E. Jones, J. S. Kane, W. 
Kearney, F. S. Kirkland, A. Landolt, T. N. Lee, E. H. C. Leutz6, H. B. Mansfield, G. Mc- 
Bride, S. W. Miles, J. Milligan, G. Mills, J. Missimer, G. J. Mitchell, F. C. Morehead, Wm. 
Gwin Morgan, W. E. Morrison, J. C. Muhlenberg, T. A. Murray, J. P. Neal, C. F. Norton, 
L. G. Palmer, S. S. Parks, E. C. Pendleton, H. Perkins, W. C. G. Perry, J. E. Pillsbury, C. 
Prentiss, E. S. Prime, H. W. Price, W. H. Reeder, J. A. Rodgers, F. G. Rogers, A. Ross, R. 
Rush, R. S. Ryors, G. R. Safford, W. S. Scbenck, F. Singer, A. Smith, D,. S. Smith, H. 
Smith, A. B. Speyers, F. H. Stevens, D. D. V. Stuart, H. M. Tallman, J.S. Thatcher, W. G. 
Tracey, J. M. Wainwright, A. Webster, A. H. Whittell, J. S.-Williams, D. L. Wilson, W. 
Woart, E. P. Wood. 109. 



School-Ship " Santee." 

Lieutenants — Joshua Bishop and Sullivan D.Ames. Captain's Cleric — J. B. Girault. 
Paymaster's Cleric — W. W. Harris. Acting Master's Mates — W. H. Carroll and L. 
Burns. 

Midshipmen — J. L. Abbott, F. P. Abercrombie, G. K. Adams, J. D. Adams,' F. W. Ag- 
nel, S. Ames, L. Ashmun, Wm. J. Barnett, E. C. Bartlett, W. H. Beehler, W. E. E. Bladen, 
T. D. Bolles, G. K. Bower, B. Brown, R. M. G. Brown, G. E. Bryson, W. B. Buckminster, 
A. Burrall, J. W. Carlin, A. R. Carpenter, C. A. Clarke, A. H. Coffroth, E. P. Colby, Z. T. 
Cole, G. P. Colvocoresses, A. T. Comstock, F- B. Cook, C. A. Copp, C. E. Cornwell, H. W. 
Danforth, R. G. Davenport, W. E. B. Delahay, R. C. Derby, H. Derringer, W. Doty, J. H. 
Eaton, A. Elliott, C. G. Fisher, J. R. Fletcher, W. H. Fox, S. T. Fuller, J. F. Gay, W. B. 
Goddard, J, D. Goin, W. T. Goundie, C. T. Green, G. J. Guild, H. O. Handy, C. M. Harris, 



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D. Hildeburn, E. H. Hippie, J. T. C. Hoffman, J. B. House, G. S. Howe, G. E. Hubbell, 
G. Z. Hunter, R. R. Ingersoll, J. C. Irvine, C. W. Jarboe, R. T. Jasper, R. H. Jerome, J. 
D. J. Kelley, D. Kennedy, D. S. Kidder, F. Klapp, F. A. Krause, A. M. Legg, J. S. Lichty, 
H. C. Longnecker, A. Maris, F. B. M. Mason, S. H. May, P. A. McAllister, F. H. McArtbur, 
M. McFarlaud, E. O. Macfarlane, T. C. McLean, R. E. C. Meyer, R. Mitchell, E. K. Moore, 
Wm. Gardner Morgan, J. F. Moser, C. M. Mott, H. F. Moulton, S. B. Myers, C. Xewell, 
W. B. Xewlin, J. A. H. Xickels, X. E. JSTiles, A. C. Noteware, B. Noyes, F. B. Oakley, A. 
Ogle, A. H. Parsons, F. W. Rawdon, J. C. Richberg, J. B. Robinson, R. P. Rodgers, 1ST. L. 
Roosevelt, C. W. Ruscbenberger, G. E. Sage, E. S. Sanford, S. Scbrceder, C. X. Scott, J. R. 
Selfridge, C. Seymour, TV. O. Sbarrer, J. C. Sbepard, L. B. Sbepard, L. S. Shook, C. Smith, 
J. B. Smith, H. C. Stinson, C. A. Stone, W. C. Strong, W. Taylor, A. M. Thompson, H. L. 
Tremain, N. Turnbull, G. W. Tyler, W. E. "Dbler, F. E. Upton, C. H. Tenable, A. V. Wad- 
hans, R.Wainwright,G. C.Wallace, J.P.Wallis, C. P. Welch, E. T. Welles, J. S. Wheeler, 
T. T. Wood, A. B. Wyckoff, C. Yeaman. —133. 



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REGULATIONS 



GOVERNING THE ADMISSION OF CANDIDATES INTO THE NAVAL ACADEMY. 



1. Application, addressed to the Secretary of the Navy, can be made at anytime, 
by the candidate himself, or by his parent or guardian, or any of his friends, and his 
name will be placed on the register. The registry of a name, however, does not give 
assurance of an appointment, and no preference will be given on account of priority 
of application. No application will be considered where the candidate is under or 
above the prescribed age, where the precise age and actual and fixed residence are not 
stated, and the law requires that the applicant should be a resident of the Congressional 
district of the State from which he applies. 

2. The number of midshipmen allowed at the Academy is two for every member 
and delegate of the House of Eepresentatives, two for the District of Columbia, ten at 
large, ten appointed annually from the sons of officers, etc., of the army or navy, and 
three selected each year from boys enlisted in the navy who have been at least one 
year in the service, six months of which shall have been sea service. 

3. The nomination of candidates for admission from the District of Columbia, from 
the enlisted boys, from the sons of officers, etc, and at large, is made by the President. 
The nomination of candidates from any Congressional district or Territory is made on 
the recommendation of the member or delegate, from actual residents of his district or 
Territory. 

4. Each year, as soon after the fifth of March as possible, members and delegates will 
be notified in writing, of vacancies that may exist in their districts. If such members 
or delegates neglect to recommend candidates by the first of July in that year, the 
Secretary of the Navy is required by law to fill the vacancies. 

5. The nomination of candidates is made annually, between the fifth of March and 
the first of July. Candidates who receive permission will present themselves to the 
Superintendent of the Naval Academy between the twentieth and thirty-first of July 
for examination as to their qualifications for admission. Should any candidate be 
found physically or mentally disqualified for admission, the member or delegate from 
whose district he was nominated will be notified to recommend another candidate, who 
shall be examined between the twentieth and the thirtieth of September following. 

6. No candidate will be admitted into the Naval Academy unless he shall have passed 
a satisfactory examination before the Academic Board, and is found (in the opinion of 
a medical board to be composed of the surgeon of the Naval Academy, and two other 
medical officers designated by the Secretary of the Navy) physically sound, well formed 
and of robust constitution, and qualified to endure the arduous labors of an officer of the 
navy. 

7. Candidates for appointment as midshipmen must be between fourteen and 
eighteen years of age when examined for admission. All candidates for 'admission 

5 



34 

will be required to certify, on honor, to their precise age, to the Academic Board, 
previous to examination, and none will be examined who are over or under the 
prescribed age. They must be of good moral character, and pass a satisfactory 
examination before the Academic Board in reading, writing, spelling, arithmetic 
geography, and English grammar, viz.: 'in reading, they must read clearly. and 
intelligibly from any English narrative work — as, for example, Bancroft's History 
of the United States; in writing and spelling, they must write from dictation in 
a legible hand, and spell with correctness both orally and in writing; in arithmetic, 
they will be examined in numeration and the addition, subtraction, multiplication, 
and division of whole numbers and vulgar and decimal- fractions, and in proportion 
or the rule of three; in geography, they will be examined as to the leading grand 
divisions — the continents, oceans, and seas, the chief mountains and rivers, and the 
boundaries and population of the chief nations, their government, capitals, and chief 
cities ; in English Grammar, they will be examined as to the parts of speech and the 
elementary construction of sentences, and will be required to write an original 
paragraph of a few sentences. The board will judge whether the proficiency of 
the candidate in these branches is sufficient to qualify him to enter upon the studies 
of the Academy. 
8. Any one of the following conditions will be sufficient to reject a candidate, viz: — 

I. Feeble constitution and muscular tenuity ; unsound health, from whatever cause ; 
indications of former disease ; glandular swellings, or other symptoms of scrofula. 

5. Chronic cutaneous affections, especially of the scalp, or any disorder of an 
infectious character. 

3. Severe injuries of the bones of the head ; convulsions. 

4. Impaired vision, from whatever cause; inflammatory affections of the eyelids ; 
immobility, or irregularity of the iris ; fistula lacrhymalis, &c. &c. 

5. Deafness ; copious discharge from the ears. 

6. Loss of many teeth, or the teeth generally unsound. 

7. Impediment of speech. 

8. Want of due capacity of the chest, and any other indication of a liability to a 
pulmonic disease. 

9. Impaired or inadequate efficiency of one or both of the superior extremities on 
account of fractures, especially of the clavicle ; contraction of a joint, extenuation, 
deformity, &c. 

10. An unnatural excurvature or incurvature of the spine. 

II. Hernia. 

12. A varicose state of the veins of the scrotum and spermatic cord, (when large,) 
sarsocele, hydrocele, hemorrhoids, fistulas. 

13. Impaired or inadequate efficiency of one or both of the inferior extremities on 
account of varicose veins, fractures, malformation, (flat feet, &c.,) lameness, contrac- 
tions, unequal length, bunions, overlying of supernumerary toes, &c. &c. 

14. Ulcers, or unsound cicatrices of ulcers likely to break out afresh. 

15. Attention will also be paid to the stature of the candidate ; and no one manifestly 
undersized for his age will be received into the Academy. In case of doubt about the 
physical condition of the candidate, any marked deviation from the usual standard of 
height will add materially to the consideration for rejection. 

Note, The Medical Board of 1864 adopted the following standard for the height of 
candidates: 14 years of age, 4 feet 10 inches; 15 years, 5 feet; 16 years, 5 feet 2 



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inches; 17 years, 5 feet 3 inches; 18 years, (nearly,) 5 feet 4 inches; the candidates to 
be of proportionate size, especially with regard to cerebral, osseous, and muscular 
development; the youngest to weigh not less than 100 pounds, and the oldest not less 
than 120 pounds. 

9. If both these examinations result favorably, the candidate will receive an 
appointment as a midshipman, become an inmate of the Academy, and be allowed his 
actual and necessary traveling expenses from his residence to the Naval Academy. If, 
on the contrary, he shall not pass both of these examinations, he will receive neither an 
appointment nor his traveling expenses, nor can he by law have the privilege of another 
examination for admission to the same class unless recommended by the Board of 
Examiners. 

10. All candidates for the Navy, when admitted into the Naval Academy, will be 
required to sign articles by which they will bind themselves to serve in the United 
States Navy eight years, including their term of probation at the Naval Academy, 
unless sooner discharged. 

11. No student shall be permitted to rise from a lower to a higher class, till he has 
undergone physical inspection, because of the rapid constitutional changes belonging to 
the transition state from youth to adolescence or manhood; and in the event of any 
disease or defect being detected, likely to interfere with future usefulness he shall be 
dropped from the rolls. 

12. A physical examination of a rigid character will be instituted with the gradua- 
ting class, so that the Department may have the assurance that every graduate of the 
Academy, at the time of his receiving a commission is free from any and every bodily 
obstacle or impediment to the efficient performance of his duty. 

13. No one can receive a commission as an ensign in the navy unless he be a 
graduate of the Naval Academy. 

14. When candidates shall have passed the required examinations, and been admit- 
ted as members of the Academy, they must immediately furnish themselves with the 
following articles, viz : 



Two navy blue uniform suits ; 

Two navy blue uniform caps; 

One uniform overcoat ; 

Six white shirts ; 

Six pairs of socks ; 

Four pairs of drawers ; 

Six pocket handkerchiefs ; 

One black silk handkerchief, or stock ; 

One mattress ; 

One pillow; 

One pair of blankets ; 

One bed cover, or spread ; 

Eoom-mates will jointly procure for their common use, one looking-glass, one wash- 
basin, one water-pail, one slop-bucket and one broom. These articles may be obtained 
from the storekeeper of the Academy, of good quality and at fair prices. 

15. Each midshipman must, on admission, deposit with the paymaster the sum of 
one hundred dollars in specie or in United States notes, for which he will be credited on 
the books of that officer, to be expended by direction of the superintendent for the pur- 
chase of text books and other authorized articles besides those enumerated in the 
preceding article. 



Two pairs of sheets ; 

Four pillow cases ; 

Six towels ; 

Two pairs of shoes or boots ; 

One hair-brush ; 

One tooth-brush ; 

One' clothes-brush ; 

One coarse comb for the hair; 

One fine comb for the hair; 

One tumbler or mug; and 

One thread and needle case. 



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16. A midshipman found deficient in any examination cannot by law be continued 
at the Academy or in the service, unless upon the recommendation of the Academic 
Board. 

17. A midshipman who voluntarily resigns his appointment within a year of the 
time of his admission to the Academy will be required to refund the amount paid him 
for traveling expenses. 

18. A Midshipman may be advanced to any class which he may be found qualified 
to join either upon his admission or at any subsequent examination; and he may be 
graduated at any October examination at which he shall be found fully qualified to 
pass a graduating academic examination. 

GIDEON WELLES, 

Secretary of the Navy. 



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